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Letter to Financial Services Committee
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Letter to Financial Services Committee

Dear Chairman Oxley, As the House Financial Services Committee reaches the point of deciding just how extensive the new controls over accounting firms should be, Citizens for a Sound Economy urges you to look beyond the partisan arguments and consider the impact of the proposed “reforms” on the economy.

04/16/2002
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

The allure of being a state attorney general is not the riches, notoriety, or duties, but the career opportunities the post provides. President Bill Clinton used his position as Arkansas Attorney General to run for governor; John Ashcroft did the same in Missouri. North Carolina Attorney General Mike Easley made the jump to governor of his state in the 2000 election, while Virginia Attorney General Mark Earley narrowly lost in his gubernatorial bid. The position has become such an infamous launching pad for the governorship that the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) is colloquially referred to as the “National Association of Aspiring Governors.”

04/16/2002
Organizing Voters for Less
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Organizing Voters for Less

Cynicism. Pessimism. These are the words that the media constantly uses to describe the public’s attitude towards politics and politicians. Voter turnout is low, campaigns are driven by money rather than policy, and Congress remains helplessly gridlocked on important national issues such as energy and social security reform. There is more than a grain of truth to this description of politics. But what is unclear, however, is whether the voters are wrong. Should they be optimistic? Should they view politics as a positive force that can better their lives? In many ways, voter sentiments are right in line with the tenets of limited government that frame our constitutional democracy.

04/16/2002
With All Due Respect
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With All Due Respect

Parents, children and taxpayers won a small but important victory late last week when the Chicago School Board announced it would close three “chronically failing” public elementary schools.

04/16/2002
Making Tax Cuts Permanent
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Making Tax Cuts Permanent

Week in Summary: This week being ‘tax week’ the House will take up legislation to make permanent the tax benefits enacted by the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Act of 2001. This legislation is desperately needed to get our economy back on track and is featured below in the issues in-depth section. The House will also consider H.R. 476, the “Child Custody Protection Act.” This bill would make it a crime to take a pregnant minor across state lines for an abortion.

04/15/2002
Photo Gallery From a Tax Day Protest
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Photo Gallery From a Tax Day Protest

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04/15/2002
Outrage Over Budget Easy
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Outrage Over Budget Easy

Outrage over budget easy; solutions hard There are some things that are popular and easy to do. Say you love babies. Say you love America. Say you like apple pie. And say you hate taxes. It's not exactly a courageous position. Everyone hates taxes, and no one wants to see them increased. It's like mounting a soapbox and declaring the sky is blue.

04/14/2002
'Taxes Ought To Be Fair' But Are They?
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'Taxes Ought To Be Fair' But Are They?

BY Carlene Hempel

When North Carolina's current tax code was written, many families were so poor they had to eat cornmeal mush and pig carcasses to survive, banks across the state were closing their doors and a charismatic new president, in his first address to the nation, declared that the only thing people had to fear was fear itself. That was the early 1930s, a time when the country was in financial collapse and the states were desperate to meet burgeoning social demands.

04/14/2002
International Tax Competition
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International Tax Competition

Globalization is knitting separate national economies into a single world economy. That is occurring as a result of rising trade and investment flows, greater labor mobility, and rapid transfers of technology.

04/12/2002
Texans Could Save $700 Million On Federal Income Taxes
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Texans Could Save $700 Million On Federal Income Taxes

Texans are giving the Internal Revenue Service more money than they should, according to Texas Comptroller Carole Keeton Rylander. Legislation which would restore the IRS sales tax deduction for Texans would be good for the state. The $700 million not sent to the federal government would generate 160,180 new Texas jobs, provide $580 million in new Texas investment and add $874 million to the Gross State Product in 2001. Texans and citizens in eight other states are denied fair tax treatment because we do not deduct a state income tax from our federal taxes.

04/12/2002

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